Do Or Die Issues 1-10
Do or Die was an occasional journal published in the UK from 1992-2003, crammed with reports and analysis from the world-wide ecological frontlines. The voices collected here are not those of outsiders, journalists or academics, but of those involved in the struggles themselves. In these times of concrete alienation these voices shine hope from movements that take action to defend nature, create revolution and re-wild humanity. Do or Die, Subtitled Voices from the Ecological Resistance, it brought together a wide variety of voices and perspectives from around the world, but was especially meaningful for those who were fighting the modernizing industrial monolith in urban spaces, sometimes in their own backyards.
Topics covered in the pages of Do or Die include Genetic Engineering and Agriculture, Radical History, Ecological Restoration, Globalisation and Summit Protests, Zapatistas, Prison, Oil, Feminism, Eco-Science, the South-Pacific, Squatting, Animal Liberation, and Indigenous Peoples amongst others.
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